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14 Pretty Valentine’s Home Decor Ideas

As Valentine’s Day approaches, it’s time to transform your living spaces into cozy, romantic retreats. Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or you just to add a touch of warmth to your home, I’ve curated a delightful collection of 14 Valentine’s home decor ideas that will sweep you off your feet.

Valentine’s is a holiday that celebrates the spirit of love and friendship.

To me, Valentine’s Day is one of the most fun holidays to decorate for. It has a sweet, whimsical feel to it. I love the colors and the sentiments. 

Like Christmas, Valentine’s Day is a holiday for everyone of all ages.

Where exactly should you sprinkle a bit of Valentine’s magic in your home? I think just about anywhere.

These Valentine’s Day home ideas start at the front door and include just about every room in your home. 

What decorations and accessories will make your space radiate love? I have a handy list to get you started.

Valentine's home decor ideas

Places to Decorate for Valentine’s Day:

  1.  Outdoor Oasis: Extend the love to your outdoor spaces with heart-shaped wreaths on the front door, fairy lights on the patio, and cozy throws for chilly evenings. Fill a container with faux flowers (assuming it’s too cold for real) in shades of pink or red.
  2. Entryway Elegance: Infuse the first impression of your home with love by adorning the front porch and entryway with heartwarming wreaths or a charming welcome mat. 
  3. Living Spaces: Transform your favorite living room spots with plush throw pillows, soft blankets, and subtle heart-shaped decorations on shelves or coffee tables. Add Valentine’s accents to your coffee table. string a beautiful heart garland on the mantel to add a sense of romantic ambiance. For a really big impact, turn a white Christmas tree into a Valentine’s Day tree.
  4. Dining Room: Elevate your romantic dinners with intimate table settings featuring elegant tablecloths, candlelit centerpieces, and delicate heart-shaped tableware. Even if you are not hosting a cozy dinner or a friends’ gathering, keep a pretty centerpiece on the dining table as a focal point. Use taper candles for an elegant look. Heart-shaped centerpieces using roses, tulips, or peonies will always be pleasing.
  5. Bedroom Bliss:  Create an enchanting atmosphere and add the warmth of love to the bedroom with heart-patterned bedding, cozy fairy lights or candles, and romantic typography signs expressing loving thoughts to set the mood.
  6. Kitchen Charm: The heart of your home deserves a touch of Cupid’s magic. Consider displaying heart-shaped dishware, festive kitchen dish towels, and a collection of heart-shaped decor on shelves. Use trays or cake stands to show off DIY Valentine’s Day decorations.
  7. Bathroom Retreat: Pamper yourself by sprinkling a bit of romance in unexpected places – add heart-shaped soaps, scented candles, and soft bath mats and towels for a spa-like atmosphere. A rose in a bud vase provides a sweet splash of color.
  8. Laundry Room or Mudroom: Even the rooms that are workspaces can be made pretty for Valentine’s Day. Use pretty containers to hold laundry supplies. Add a pretty heart wreath to the door to create an inviting atmosphere.

Accessories to Radiate Love:

What accessories lend themselves to Valentine’s Day decor? 

  1. Heartfelt Wall Art: Adorn your walls with love-themed artwork and signs, from romantic quotes to abstract heart designs.
  2. Candlelit Ambiance: Create a warm and romantic atmosphere with scented candles, preferably in hues of red and pink.
  3. Floral Fantasy: Fresh flowers, especially red roses and pink tulips (Pink flowers are my favorites.), are a timeless addition to any Valentine’s decor. Arrange them in vases or scatter petals for a touch of elegance.
  4. Soft Throws and Pillows: Layer your furniture with plush throws and cushions in a Valentine’s color palette for added comfort and style.
  5. Garland and Banners: Drape heart-shaped garlands on mirrors, mantels, or staircases for a whimsical touch.
  6. Lovely Linens: Switch out your regular linens for those with romantic prints or delicate lace details in shades of “bashful and blush”.
  7. Personalized Touches: Incorporate personalized decor items, such as custom photo frames or monogrammed throw blankets, to make your space uniquely yours. Write notes to your kids on paper hearts. Frame your own love letters or print off a romantic poem.
  8. Candy: Add some sweetness to your home with theost iconic symbol of Valentine’s Day. Fill jars (especially apothecary jars) with M&M’s, Hershey kisses, Red Hots or Sweet Tarts in pinks, reds or pastels). This will add color and a sense of whimsy to your home. Add, of course, a great little snack.

With these tips, your home will be ready to embrace the love-infused spirit of Valentine’s Day. 

In my search for Valentine’s Day home decor, I looked for rooms with attractive designs, pretty accessories, and a focal point that pulled your eye into the space. I wanted to be inspired and find holiday decorations that would produce a memorable Valentine’s Day celebration. 

Are you ready to create the perfect Valentine’s decor for your home? Choose ideas from the different blog posts that I’ve gathered. Use them to style your personal style for Valentine’s Day.

Most important? Have fun.

So, are you ready to join me on these Valentine’s Day decor tours that celebrate holiday of romance.

Welcome to Bluesky Browsing #122.

In case you are new to Bluesky at Home, what fabulous finds do I share at Bluesky Browsing?

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  • a yummy recipe or cocktail
  • fun DIY projects
  • the latest trends in home decor
  • a quirky new find or two

Great Ideas for Valentine’s Home Decor: 14 Inspirational Decorations

Valentine's home decor with mantel with greenery and banner

Mantel Decor with Valentine’s and Greenery

Shelby of My Soul Essence uses greenery as a backdrop to a sweet banner and other accessories on her mantel.

Valentine’s Mantel Ideas

Jen of Tatertots and Jello brings a festive vibe to decorating her mantel. She has a great way to make those cute signs.

front door Valentine's home decor wreath

Valentine’s Day Home Tour from a Pro

Randi of Randi Garret is one of my favorite online designers. She also loves pink and blue in home decor. Tour Randi’s beautiful Valentine’s decorations, beginning with this gorgeous front door peony wreath.

Valentine's home decor in the kitchen in pink and blue

Valentine’s Day Kitchen Decor

Leslie of The Leslie Style shares great ideas for bringing Valentine’s accessorizing into your kitchen with flowers and pinks.

Valentine's home decor in the mudroom

Valentine’s Mudroom Decor

Amanda of The Ginger Home surprises home decor enthusiasts by decorating her mudroom with a pretty pink heart and pink accessories. I love the pink rain boots. See what else she has to offer.

Pink Valentine’s Tree

Ceres of The Pink Dream speaks my love language. Check out her Valentine’s Tree and other whimsical Valentine’s accessories.

Valentine's mantel with printable signs

Valentine’s Mantel with Printable Signs

The Crafting Chicks created a collection of Valentine’s printables to be used in a variety of ways for your home and mantel. Pick all or one of them and use to design your own pretty mantel.

bench and wood shelf using pink and black Valentine's home decor

Farmhouse Valentine’s Decor in Pink and Black

My friend Cindy of DIY Beautify has a wonderful touch with farmhouse decor. She mixes pink and black to create a fun pop of Valentine’s decorating.

Valentine's home decor around the house with candies and bows

Bright Valentine’s Colors around the House

Jennifer of Dimples and Tangles creates fun and festive Valentine’s decor throughout her home. This tour is full of great ideas to use in your own home. Don’t you love all those jars filled with candy?

Neutral Valentine’s Color Palette

Are you not into using pinks and reds in your Valentine’s decor? Pasha of Pasha is Home opts for a variety of neutral shades and blush pink to decorate your home for Valentine’s.

pink vintage dishes and cake stand on a shelf for Valentine's home decor

Vintage Accessories on a Hutch for Valentine’s Day

Lora of Lora Bloomquist is a collector of all things vintage. She is a whiz at incorporating vintage accessories into any space or holiday. Check out how she uses vintage pieces to bring out a Valentine’s scheme.

living room with Valentine's home decor accessories

Simple Ideas to Bring Valentine’s into Your Home

Shannon of Shannon Gold Designs shows you how to bring Valentine’s decor into your home with simple touches. She shares the accessories that are most impactful.

Valentine’s Styling Throughout Your Home

Chelsee of The House of Hood takes you through her home, starting with this easy Valentine’s-styled entry. See what else she has to share.

Chic Valentine’s Day Decor

Can Valentine’s decorations be chic? Of course! Mysha of Remington Avenue shares a restrained approach to Valentine’s decorating.

Did you find some great Valentine’s Day decor that you want to use? I did.

I encourage you to PIN this post to remember these home decor Valentine ideas. Also, check out my Pinterest Board, Valentine’s Day Ideas.

Here are some of my own Valentine’s Day favorites:

Here are some pretty Valentine’s home decor accessories I’ve found. I just ordered a new pink throw, new pink velvet pillows, and new pink tapers. You can tell my favorite Valentine’s Day color.

I have a Pinterest Board, Valentine’s Day Ideas, where you can find more amazing recipes.

I’d love to know what subjects you are most curious about. Let me know in the comments and I’ll search browse for them. Be sure to PIN to keep these ideas handy.

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  1. What a beautiful round up of ideas, Carol! Thanks so much for including my Valentines decorated hutch. Enjoy some sweet:)